Sunday, June 28, 2015

Unexpected turbulence at Dublin Airport: seven passengers on inaugural flight from Ethiopia...

(Jun  28, 2015, (Dublin))--Seven passengers - including two children - on the inaugural Ethiopian Airlines flight through Dublin claimed asylum at the airport’s immigration gates.

A Garda spokeswoman this morning confirmed that it was five adults and two children that claimed asylum. “We are working with Ethiopian Airlines to ensure proper processes are in place for people coming into the country,” she said.

The new service from Addis Ababa stops in Dublin en route to Los Angeles and the maiden flight took place on Saturday. It is understood that the passengers disembarked and made their way to Dublin Airport’s immigration gates where they claimed asylum.

 They reportedly arrived at the desk without ID or travel documentation. A spokeswoman for Ethiopian Airlines this morning insisted that all passengers on the flight had full legal documents when they boarded in Addis Ababa but said that the airline does not comment on individual cases. “Ethiopian Airlines has been operating  for over 40 years in Europe and Dublin is its 11th City. Read more from The Irish Independent »

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How can they hide there Document???????????? of course they are lying. They could have gone to there destination and snick from there but, they are just a BUNCH of Stupid people they should be in JAIL they are going to pay the price where ever they stay. KEHADWOCHE They are betraying their country and the people trusted them they have NO political problem other wise they would not have given a chance for the inauguration day of the Air Lines

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